Find information on residency, fellowship and continuing medical education opportunities available through the Department of Dermatology.

The Clinical Unit for Research Trials in Skin (CURTIS) Clinical Fellowship
The Clinical Unit for Research Trials in Skin (CURTIS) Clinical Fellowship

The Clinical Unit for Research Trials in Skin (CURTIS) offers a 1-2 year Clinical Fellowship in Clinical Trials.

Dermatology Residency Training Program

The Harvard Combined Dermatology Residency Program offers a three-year program that leads to eligibility for certification by the American Board of Dermatology.

01/06/2015: January Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

"Update in Melanoma Diagnosis" presented by Laura K. Ferris, MD, PhD.

12/16/2014: December Dermatology Live Patient Viewing & Discussion Grand Rounds

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend the patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic. Discussions begin at 8:30am Simches Research Center.

12/02/2014: December Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

"Genetics of Aplasia Cutis" presented by Alexander Marneros, MD, PhD.

11/18/2014: November Grand Rounds: Live Patient Viewing & Discussion

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend the patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic. Discussions begin at 8:30am Simches Research Center.

11/04/2014: November Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

"The Art of Observation in Medicine: Using visual art to improve your clinical skills", presented by Alberto, Puig, MD, PhD

10/21/2014: October Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend the patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

10/07/2014: Oct. Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Annual Thomas B. Fitzpatrick Lecture: Guest presenter: Paul A. Khavari, MD, PhD. Topic: Genome Regulators in Epidermal Stem Cell Differentiation and Cancer.

09/16/2014: September Grand Rounds: Live Patient Viewing Case Discussion

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend the patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

09/02/2014: September Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Guest Lecturer: Jo-David Fine, MD, MPH,FRCP (London) Professor of Medicine (Dermatology) and Pediatrics Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Topic: "Inherited Epidermolysis Bullosa-2014. Past, Present, and Future"

08/19/2014: August Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing & Discussion

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic

08/05/2014: August Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

"Update on Melanoma Genetics" by Hensin Tsao, MD, PhD, Professor of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School

07/01/2014: July Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Lynn A. Drake, MD presents: Making an Impact in an Ever Changing World.

06/17/2014: June Dermatology Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

06/03/2014: June Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Martin C. Mihm, Jr. MD. Topic: Vascular Lesions

05/20/2014: Dermatology Grand Rounds May Special Lecture

William Eaglstein, MD presents " Biases in medical and surgical decision making in dermatology"

05/06/2014: May Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Bruce Strober, MD, PhD, guest lecturer. Topic Palmoplantar Psoriasis.

04/15/2014: April Live Patient Viewing Dermatology Grand Rounds

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

04/01/2014: April Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Cosmetic Update 2014: Optimizing Patient Selection and Outcomes presented by Sandy S. Tsao, MD

03/18/2014: Annual Khosrow Momtaz Lecture

Annual Khosrow Momtaz Lecture; Guest Speaker: Salvador Gonzalez, MD, PhD "Confocal Microscopy:Clinical Applications in Cutaneous Oncology"

03/04/2014: March Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Global Health Dermatology: A Focus on Kaposi's Sarcoma presented by Esther E. Freeman, MD, PhD

02/18/2014: February Dermatology Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

01/21/2014: January Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

01/07/2014: January Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Mary E. Maloney, MD is the invited guest lecturer. Topic: A SCC Mimic: Erosive Pustular Dermatosis of the Scalp

Clinical Clerkships in Dermatology for Medical Students.

All Dematology Clinical Clerkships are coordinated through the Exchange Clerk Program at Harvard Medical School for qualified medical students.

Clinical Rotations in Dermatology by Visiting U.S. Medical Residents and Nurse Practitioners

Clinical Rotations in Dermatology for visiting U.S. Medical Residents or Nurse Practitioners requires a minimum of four months advance notice.

Dermatology Research Electives

Research Electives include basic science and clinical research in dermatology.

Medical Student Poster Awards: For medical students presenting posters in conjunction with Mass General Dermatology faculty.

Information and applications for awards for medical students who present in conjunction with Mass General Dermatology faculty.

Observerships in Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital

Observerships for up to 3 months can be arranged through the Massachusetts General Hospital Visitor Education Program